It’s not each day that a household renovation is encouraged by a rug but it comes about to be the scenario for this Southern Highlands NSW property owned by Designer Rugs account supervisor Jonathon Murray and his spouse Brian Hadnutt. “My consumer had a impressive Designer Rugs rug in his dwelling room, boasting enjoyment designs and colors these types of as ruby, orange, very hot pink, black and white. This palette turned the cornerstone for the residing home colour palette and derivations of this palette ended up repeated during the house,” suggests interior designer Lynne Bradley who led the home’s gorgeous, color-stuffed overhaul.

Master bedroom
Master bed room

Formerly rented out, and applied from time to time as a holiday getaway home, the few designed the determination to leave the Jap Suburbs of Sydney and make this dwelling their permanent home in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. And even though the all-white abode was pretty habitable, the few wished to make the property extra inspiring, vibrant and useable in advance of creating a everlasting go.

Brian's bedroom
This bed room capabilities a further fabulous rug!

“Generally, the household experienced great bones, but it was a little bit vanilla,” says Lynne, who set about transforming the dwelling with colour, texture, and floorplan improvements. The renovation also had to complement the couple’s present household furniture and act as a backdrop to their artwork and antiques collections.

As for the primary residing spot, a new gasoline fireplace functions as a focal position and welcome spot for friends – Dulux Crimson Vine creates drama in the room. “There was no fire in this place, so we developed 1 with bench seating either side and underneath seat storage. The home is cosy but stimulating, provides an interesting focal position from the kitchen and frames the back garden further than, beautifully,” says Lynne.

Living room
The residing room’s statement rug impressed the home’s colour palette

The kitchen area acquired a partial renovation – Lynne stuffed in the bar stool space with new shallow cabinets, changed the tall storage with built-in appliances and replaced the kick boards and cabinetry components. A new Kelly Wearstler pendant gentle hangs over the nearby eating table and Dulux Pink Vine options in that place too.

Dining room
Dulux Pink Vine accentuates the unique paintings on the wall in the eating home

The bedrooms have been overhauled with a heat mix of paint (Dulux Turkish Bathtub) and smooth, patterned furnishings. The pair receive quite a few people but normally function from household too so the guest room functions as a analyze when expected. The thoughtfully intended review nook was initially a crafted-in robe ahead of Lynne modified it.

Guest bedroom
Visitor bedroom
Study nook
Review nook

“The fashion of the home now is equally spectacular and comfortable and though it has a strong colour palette it does not dominate – rather it nurtures. This job was indeed a terrific pleasure to operate on and the purpose for this is that my clients dependable me and didn’t struggle the process. My shoppers have become my dear friends for everyday living!”

Designer Lynne Bradley with her client Jonathon Murray
Designer Lynne Bradley with her shopper Jonathon Murray in the home’s gallery/hallway

Images: Will Horner | Styling: Olga Lewis

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